Welcome to your QNMU CPD


Access QNMU CPD Portal

With nearly 300 online courses, there’s something for everyone. QNMU members, click 'Access QNMU CPD Portal' to get started on your learning. Not yet a member? Click 'View QNMU CPD Catalogue' to see the courses we have available.

View QNMU CPD Catalogue

Our CPD Portal offers QNMU members free and easy access to a learning management system built for nurses and midwives. All CPD modules have been developed by qualified health care and legal experts, such as nurses, midwives, pharmacists and lawyers. Use your QNMU CPD Portal to meet your registration obligations, including tracking your hours.

Need help? Download  QNMU CPD Portal 'How To' Guide

Some of our most popular courses are profiled below.

Medical records and the law
3 CPD hours

This module describes what medical records are and outlines the practical, ethical, and legal reasons for maintaining proper patient records. It aims to assist nurses, midwives, or anyone providing nursing care in improving their record keeping, benefiting patient care, and helping to prevent criminal, civil and/or disciplinary actions against them.

Childhood asthma: an overview
2 CPD hours

This module discusses the burden of asthma in children. It goes on to provide an overview of the guidelines for diagnosis and challenges associated with accurate diagnosis in children. A brief overview of the physiology of the lung, airflow limitation, and lung function testing is also provided.

Physical healthcare in mental illness
3 CPD hours

In this module we introduce the different dimensions of health and discuss how mental and physical health interact. We then discuss the components of integrated care for assessing, protecting, and improving the physical health of persons suffering from mental illness. Finally, we look at practical techniques for nurses aiming to support patients in making healthier lifestyles choices. 

Nursing and midwifery leadership in emissions reduction
1.5 CPD hours

This module provides an overview of climate change, climate health impacts, greenhouse gas emissions and the sector’s emissions footprint. It outlines why nurses and midwives are positioned for leadership in relation to emissions reduction and their leadership role in health care practices and collaboration and research activities.

Read this before you get started!

You will need to watch the Get started with your e-Portfolio tutorial video in the QNMU CPD courses portal to ensure that your professional registration details are added and then you can assign CPD modules to your registration. They will appear as unassigned when you first log in.

This will ensure you can see an accurate record of your CPD activity when you are required to renew your registration.

You can also use this portal to record your other CPD activities, such as external and/or QNMU specific courses, conferences, podcasts and webinars, as well as reflective learning.

Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature

QNMU members also have access to the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) database, powered by a world-leading provider of research databased, EBSCO.

Click here to access CINAHL online